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FIRST LADY INAUGURATES NEW SERIES OF RADIO TALKS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 30. IN THE FIRST BROADCAST OPENING HER NEW SERIES OF TWICE-WEEKLY INFORMAL RADIO TALKS FOR A COMMERCIAL SPONSOR, MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY SAID HER DESIRE TO ESCAPE A 'FEATHER-BED KIND OF EXISTENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE' WAS ONE OF HER REASONS FOR MAKING EXTENSIVE TRIPS AROUND THE COUNTRY

FIRST LADY INAUGURATES NEW SERIES OF RADIO TALKS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 30. IN THE FIRST BROADCAST OPENING HER NEW SERIES OF TWICE-WEEKLY INFORMAL RADIO TALKS FOR A COMMERCIAL SPONSOR, MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY SAID HER DESIRE TO ESCAPE A 'FEATHER-BED KIND OF EXISTENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE' WAS ONE OF HER REASONS FOR MAKING EXTENSIVE TRIPS AROUND THE COUNTRY

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